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  • Title: Welcome to Year Out Group - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: .. Website Survey.. To help us improve the content of the website please tell us who you are by answering question 1 or 2 below.. Please mark the answer that is most relevant to you.. Are you either.. 1.. Considering time out for yourself:.. During school holidays.. After school.. During university.. After university.. As a career break.. Later in life.. or.. 2.. Are you seeking Information as:.. A parent.. A teacher or career adviser.. Member of the media.. Member of Year Out Group.. Other gap year / travel related organisation.. skip.. Skip Navigation - go to content.. Search the Site.. Main Navigation.. Footer with further Navigational links.. Year Out Group.. Home.. Benefits of Gapping.. Choosing a worthwhile project.. Benefits of a structured year out.. What employers say.. What universities say.. Gap Year Stories.. Planning a Gap Year.. Vital Information.. Helpful Information.. Help choosing the perfect gap year destination.. Gap year advice for graduates.. Help choosing a work experience program for your gap year.. Help choosing a gap year voluntary work project.. Help selecting the gap year program that is best for you.. Why YOG?.. About Us.. Why go with a Year Out Group Member.. Aims of Year Out Group.. Code of Practice.. Member s Charter.. Operating Guidelines.. Year Out Group Gallery.. Year Out Group Video Gallery.. Year Out Group seeks new Chief Executive.. News Events.. Events Calendar.. Gap Year News.. Blog.. Parents Advisers.. Parents See Benefits of Volunteering Gap Years.. Parents Guide to BS8848.. Contacts.. Search by:.. Destination.. Program.. Organisation.. Search site:.. RSS Feed.. Print Page.. Gap Year Planning.. The key to a successful gap year is to research and.. plan.. your time in as much detail as possible.. This website has been designed to help you.. plan your gap year.. and select a suitable and worthwhile.. program.. in the.. country.. of your choice.. The Leading Gap Year Organisations.. Year Out Group includes over 35 of the leading.. gap year organisations.. They operate in over 90.. countries.. , offer a wide variety of.. gap year programs.. and all have to satisfy the Group  ...   Himalayan Adventure.. More.. Why choose YOG?.. YOG.. provides a total reference and resource for all you need to make the most of your Year Out.. This includes over 35 provider organisations offering a superb choice of locations and activities that adhere to:.. The.. Code of Practice and Terms and Conditions.. Charter, signed up to each year.. That provide annual Accounts.. Have a crisis and risk policy in place, together with trained staff.. That have public liability insurance of £2million.. Giving you the re-assurance and support that may be essential and will provide help and assistance if required.. Facebook.. Year Out Group Videos.. Please enable Javascript!.. News.. Making a splash in Belize.. Thursday 5th December 2013.. Learning to Live in the Now.. Friday 18th October 2013.. How to Pursue Luxury Hotel Accommodation on a Budget Whilst On Your Gap Year.. Tuesday 22nd October 2013.. How to Project Manage Your Gap Year Abroad.. Monday 16th September 2013.. Gap Years in and around Greece - Volunteering Opportunities.. 24th January 2014.. Lattitude Global Volunteering to help deliver government funded International Citizen Service.. 19th November 2013.. A level Results - What Next?.. 16th August 2013.. Raleigh International issues call to action on International Volunteering Day.. 5th December 2012.. British Exploring Society.. 25th September 2012.. Next events.. Latest updates.. Raleigh International Open Event Cambridge (18.. 30 - 20.. 30).. Thursday 27th February 2014.. Raleigh International Open Event London (18.. Thursday 6th March 2014.. Wednesday 19th March 2014.. Raleigh International Open Event London (10.. 30 - 12.. Saturday 26th April 2014.. Welcome to Year Out Group.. Year Out Group.. @YearOutGroupOrg.. Lattitude Global Volunteering to help deliver government funded International Citizens Service.. Reply.. Retweet.. Favorite.. Tuesday 19 Nov.. Gap year volunteering benefits the volunteer and the host organization says US philanthropist Richard Zahn.. fb.. me/32NavTRYj.. Tuesday 12 Nov.. Gap year volunteering benefits the volunteer and the host organization says US philanthropist Richard Zahn.. ow.. ly/qJN8j.. Share this page.. Insurance Advice.. Health Advice.. Search by.. Why Year Out Group?.. 2014 Year Out Group.. Sitemap.. Privacy.. Cookie Policy.. Accessibility.. Login.. Website by AB..

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  • Title: Benefits of Gapping - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: Your location:.. /.. A year out or gap year between school or college and higher education or employment or between higher education and a job, can give young people a valuable and challenging learning experience - provided that it is carefully planned.. A well-structured gap year can be part of the lifelong education process and can make a significant contribution to an individual's personal development.. Employers and university staff increasingly attach importance to evidence of enterprise, maturity and sustained commitment both within and outside formal education..

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  • Title: Choosing a worthwhile project - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: Benefits Of Gapping.. The wide variety of opportunities allows young people choice and flexibility in organising a rewarding year out designed to suit individual requirements and aspirations.. Possibilities include cultural exchanges, educational courses and visits, expeditions, volunteer work and structured work experience amongst others.. A successful year out might include several different components.. Programmes can last from a few weeks to a full year.. They can be in the UK or overseas.. Organisations may involve a handful of young people or many hundreds.. A representative group of leading year out organisations has recently been formed to promote the concept and benefits of well-structured year out programmes, to promote models of good practice, and to help young people and their advisers in selecting suitable and worthwhile projects.. The suggestions and guidelines that follow have been produced by this group and are intended both for young people and their advisers.. Choosing the organisation and activity most suited to the individual can be a difficult and time consuming task both for the young people and their teachers, advisers and parents.. However, it is crucial to the  ...   aware of their responsibilities when undertaking year out activities.. Participants should be aware that "dropping out" of a placement or programme can be disruptive not only to themselves but also to others directly and indirectly involved in the programme.. Whatever programme is selected, success will depend upon participants and organisations having a clear understanding of their respective responsibilities.. More information.. Related content.. Bridging the Gap Year with Global Volunteering.. Related news.. Lattitude Global Volunteering Announces 40,000th Volunteer During 40th Anniversary Year.. Blue Ventures Conservation receives world reknowned grant to conserve mangrove forests in Madagascar.. Gap Year Benefits - Art History in Italy.. Guaranteed Instructor Jobs in Fernie with Nonstop.. Related Gap Year Stories.. My gap year enhanced my CV.. Tanzania Experience - The Nkoaranga Hospital.. Himalayan volunteering experience in Nepal.. Pennsylvania high school to gap year in Tanzania.. Tom Kendall spends a year in La Paz, Bolivia.. A Journalism Project in Madurai, southern India.. Alastair's Indian Adventure.. La Dolce Vite in Italy.. With Art History Abroad in Italy.. Game Ranger Course and Conservation - Botswana.. Related images.. View images.. Related video.. View video..

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  • Title: Benefits of a structured year out - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: A year out between school or college and higher education or employment or between higher education and a job, can give young people a valuable and challenging learning experience - provided that it is carefully planned.. A well-structured year out can be part of the lifelong education process and can make a significant contribution to an individual's personal development.. A decrease in university places is leading more young people in the UK to take a gap year to consider their options.. As the productive gap year also becomes more popular in the United States, CEO of  ...   a structured year out.. Read More.. Project Trust volunteers across the world celebrate International Womens Day 2013.. Top 5 skills learnt while volunteering.. Business intern in Ecuador.. Blue Venture Madagascar Project Featured in BBC Indian Ocean Documentary.. Care Placement in Ethiopia - Christina Coppola.. Gap Year Volunteer Visits Earthquake Victims.. Saving turtles in Mexico and much more.. South African Horse Rehabilitaion in South Africa with.. Ethical Adventure Trail - Central America.. Holi Festival in Nepal.. Sports coaching in Ghana- Volunteering with PoD.. Claire relates her experiences in Ghana with BUNAC.. Stephanie Hawkins- Teaching in rural Tanzania..

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  • Title: What employers say - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: Royal Navy Appreciates Gap Year Experience.. Skills gained on a well-structured gap year are much in demand from employers.. These include fundraising, working in teams, risk management, thinking under pressure and the international perspective gained by working in another culture.. But perhaps the greatest benefit is the increase in confidence that comes from tackling a major challenge and succeeding.. City firms such as Deloittes and Slaughter May welcome applications from graduates who have a wide range of experiences, including a productive gap year.. Our aim is to guide would-be gappers  ...   offering well structured programmes that will deliver skills that are highly valued in the very competitive graduate jobs market.. With many employers keen to hire graduates who have gained experience on a gap year, it is essential to use this valuable time wisely, plan the year carefully and pick up useful skills for later life.. Helen Taylor is now a Sub lieutenant in the Royal Navy.. Here she recounts how her gap year experience enabled her to demonstrate that she had the skills that the Navy look for in their officers..

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  • Title: What universities say - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: University admission tutors and employers emphasise time and again that they look favourably on a year out, providing it is organised and well-structured.. This is where year out group members excel and our research shows that the message has got through far more to girls than boys.. Richard Oliver (Chairman and Chief Executive of Year Out Group) adds: "Students who take a year out before university arrive refreshed, focused  ...   better able to make the transition from dependence to independence.. Our research suggests girls are more likely to pursue a structured gap year than boys, and are arriving at university better prepared to tackle more challenges and to achieve their full potential.. ".. This article in.. The Guardian.. by a higher education advisers points out some of the benefits of taking a gap year before going up to university..

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  • Title: Gap year stories - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: Asia.. Africa.. North America.. South America.. Europe.. Australasia.. Gap year stories.. Below are the latest Gap Year Stories.. Use the pagination to view older ones or the left hand navigation to view stories by continent.. 1 - 30 of 142 Stories.. Page: [1].. 3.. 4.. 5.. I decided to travel to India during the summer of last year.. It seemed such an exciting place to visit, so different from the UK, and through an organisation called AV (Africa and Asia Venture) I found a project online, teaching in the North East of the country.. Up.. [.. Read more.. ].. Sports coaching and teaching in a Nepal with PoD.. Chloe spent her university holiday travelling in Nepal and decided to spend 2 weeks volunteering with PoD in Pokhara.. Volunteers are part of the PoD team in Nepal helping to provide additional support to orphans and street children.. Volunteers can teach sports lessons at the local schools and help improve health,.. Aaron spent time volunteering with PoD in Ghana coaching sport; he is already planning his next PoD volunteer project! He helped to set up the village football team.. Sport coaching projects in Ghana allows volunteers to share their love of sport with children in a rural African village through sports lessons.. Lucys Canadian Ski Course Success.. I went to Banff in 2013, for twelve weeks and I can safely say that it was the best experience of my life so far.. Before the course, I was doing my A Levels and applying for university.. I applied for a deferred place, so that if I got in,.. Frontier South East Asia Ethical Adventure Trail.. Hannah Banks enjoyed a 10 week adventure trail in Cambodia that included a four week teaching placement organised by FrontierExcitedly I left England behind and headed straight for Bangkok; after meeting the rest of the trail we embarked upon a three week venture around Thailand: visiting the historical and cultural.. A Scot in Sri Lanka.. Jamie Snedden is on a one year teaching placement in Sri Lanka arranged with Project Trust.. He arrived in September 2012 and this blog describes how he's faring at the halfway stage.. February began with my first visit from family.. Having failed twice to reach Sri Lanka- once due to the.. Teaching, photography and volleyball in India.. Kym Anderson (19) was a Particip8 volunteer in India, 2011/12.. She is now the Finance and Fundraising intern at Project Trust, but took some time out of her day job to share her thoughts on her volunteering experience.. I volunteered in Sevalaya in India, which is a big project based.. Wildlife Conservation Research in South Africa with PoD.. Polly volunteered at the Big 5 Wildlife Conservation in South Africa and experienced amazing encounters with Africa's famous Big 5 - lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard.. She lived on a private game reserve and received a 1 week bush craft training course.. "I went on the project as I'm studying.. Volunteering: Orphanage & Community Projects - Cambodia.. Julie worked in the orphanage and community projects such as rural village schools whilst living in a rural Cambodian town with breathtaking scenery and mysterious temples.. "I really enjoyed my time at the project, getting to know the children at the orphanage; they were all so lovely and wanted to spend.. Volunteering with children in Pokhara, Nepal with PoD.. Lizzie volunteered in Nepal at a Child Care centre and street children's centre in Pokhara, Nepal earlier this year.. "I had a wonderful time with PoD in Nepal and would highly recommend it to anyone.. You really get to see the benefit of the work you do and bringing happiness and.. A Team Volunteer Placement in Venezuela.. These blogs were written by George Dabby (18, below) who is currently on his gap year with The Leap in Venezuela.. He is completing a 10 week Team volunteer placement which combines community, marine conservation and reforestation projects with adventurous mountaineering and Spanish.. Week 1Hola from Venezuela!I´m George and.. Art History Gap Year Course in Italy.. Whilst planning my gap year, I toyed with the idea of travelling  ...   a good time.. Into the Wild: Why did you choose the Central America Ethical Adventure Trail and what placement did.. Marine and Wildlife Conservation - Madagascar.. Volunteer Rachael Castle relates her experiences of double Madagascar stint on Frontier's Marine Conservation Diving and the Wildlife Conservation Adventure projects.. Into the Wild: What was the favourite part of your trip?Rachael: Learning about and seeing all the different animals and fish, especially the geckos, they're really cute.. Into.. Nonstop: Become a ski instructor as part of a gap year.. Between school and university Natasha Black took a gap year that spanned three continents.. As well as taking a cookery course in Ireland and travelling around New Zealand, she spent a winter season in western Canada training to become a ski instructor.. To follow is her story from an.. Gap Year Benefits; Successful Job Interviews.. Year Out Group has been promoting the long term benefits of a structured gap year programme for over 14 years.. Here Will Crone describes how the skills and experiences gained on his three month teaching gap year teaching placement in Malawi arranged with Africa Asia Venture helped him.. The Medium Term Benefits of a Gap Year.. Rory Weston relates how he benefitted from his gap year teaching project in Malawi arranged with Africa Asia Venture.. In January 2009 I was privileged enough to embark on one of AV's 16 week projects, in my case, in Malawi.. This was, without a doubt, a landmark period in.. South Africa Wildlife Conservation Project.. PAST VOLUNTEER INTERVIEW: DAVE HARPER - SOUTH AFRICA WILDLIFE CONSERVATION PROJECT Today Into the Wild meets Dave Harper who volunteered out on Frontier's South Africa Wildlife Conservation.. Out on the project volunteers work on the game reserve helping with the maintenance of the reserve and the reserve's animal rehabilitation.. Young Ambassadors from Tanzania Heading to Sweden.. ENVIRONMENTAL AMBASSADORS OF MAFIA ISLAND HEADING TO SWEDEN FOR VOLVO ADVENTURE AWARDS 2012Congratulations to the students from the Kitomondo Secondary School on Mafia Island who have been selected to represent Tanzania at the Volvo Adventure Awards for Young Environmental Leaders in Gothenburg, Sweden from June 1-6, 2012.. The Environmental Ambassadors of.. Gap year lessons prove useful in Afghanistan.. Peter Gordon-Finlayson took a gap year in 2005, part of which was spent in Africa with The Leap.. Now, seven years later he reflects on how his experiences as a Leaper shaped him, the practical skills he gained and how a gap year has helped him career-wise.. "I want you.. Volunteer at a Wildlife Centre in the Caribbean.. Ollie volunteered at the Belize Caribbean Wildlife Centre with PoD.. The Wildlife Centre is home to over 125 native animals including jaguars, pumas, ocelots, tapirs, harpie eagles, crocodiles, howler monkeys, gibnuts, scarlet macaws, toucans, king vultures, boa constrictors, coral snakes and many more beautiful and incredible animals of Central America.. "My.. Hannah chose to spend her first time travelling alone helping one of her favourite animals; horses by volunteering at our Horse Rehabilitation project in South Africa with PoD.. "A fantastic experience, so much so I changed my flight and stayed longer! It is one of the most.. Caribbean Reef Conservation project in Belize with PoD.. Emma volunteered at PoD's Caribbean Reef Conservation project in Belize and learnt to dive whilst on the project "Diving was a completely new experience for me, I'd never even snorkelled before, but after the two weeks on the island in Belize, it was a part of me and I'll.. A Gap Year Teaching Placement in Arusha, Tanzania.. James Hammond is currently on his gap year with Year Out Group member, Oyster Worldwide.. He is on a teaching placement at Burka Primary School in Arusha, which lies in their shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro.. James's blog is inspiring.. It covers the journey out and the first couple of.. "The three months in Tanzania was some of the best months of my life, I will never forget Yamba and Milingano and all the villagers and children I met there! I cannot wait to go back at some point.. It is so amazing to live in such a beautiful remote..

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  • Title: Planning a Gap Year - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: So what is a Gap Year all about?.. A gap year either between school or college and higher education or a job, as an element of a degree course or on graduation can offer you an.. exciting.. challenging.. and.. valuable.. opportunity, be it in the.. UK.. or.. overseas.. It can and probably will.. enrich your life forever.. , aside from broadening your view of the world and those around you - providing you.. your gap year programme wisely and carefully consider your longer term.. goals.. !.. How you.. choose.. to spend your.. gap year.. is up to.. YOU.. ! It can make a big statement about you as a person, both to academics and employers and you know how important that CV is going to be! If properly planned, a gap year can say as much, if not more, about you as an individual, as any set of exam results ever can!.. So.. what.. you do in.. your gap year.. is.. VITAL.. ! Whilst the prospect of lounging around at home doing a bit of temporary work, or bumming around the world with a backpack and a few mates, may seem tempting at first glance, in reality it can rapidly end up in disillusionment.. Merely clocking up the air miles or devising exotic ways of spending your own or your parents' hard earned cash will do little to convince people of any sustained commitment to your all-important.. future goals.. But you can still have lots of.. fun.. as well as a sense of achievement if you are willing to  ...   or learn a new.. skill.. on a course in UK or overseas.. Live abroad on a.. cultural exchange.. Participate in an.. expedition.. Be a.. volunteer.. in the UK or overseas.. Join a structured.. opportunity.. AND FOR HOW LONG?.. Anything from a few weeks to a year!.. Where can I go?.. You choose! It can be in UK or almost.. anywhere.. in the world!.. How many opportunities are there?.. Some organisations have.. hundreds.. , others just a handful!.. Which organisation?.. This can be a difficult task for.. everybody.. involved.. Best advice is to.. well in.. advance.. Take the time to.. research.. ask.. questions.. Your responsibilty.. You will need to be ready to show.. commitment! Dropping out.. of a placement can be damaging and disruptive - and not just for you.. Right and wrong answers.. Only you can judge.. Take a look at the guidelines that follow.. Ask questions.. Get a feeling for the organisation, its work and ethos!.. The bottom line.. Is it.. right.. for.. you.. ? Are.. right for the.. programme.. ?.. Gap year organisations.. aim.. to provide.. clear.. helpful.. information.. If in doubt.. ask.. Now that you have got this far, take a coffee and kitkat break and discover how you can make the most of your hard earned gap year.. One word -.. RESEARCH.. ! So many things to do - so little time!.. We're not kidding when we say there are lots of organisations out there, offering a thousand and one exciting, challenging and worthwhile activities for you in over ninety destination countries across the globe!..

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  • Title: Vital Information - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: Planning A Gap Year.. Planning Chart.. Travel Advice.. Things to consider when choosing a programme.. Not all the questions that follow are relevant to all activities.. Inevitably, responses will vary from organisation to organisation.. There are no "right" or "wrong" answers.. Clear answers to many of the guideline questions will be contained in year out organisations published literature.. However, appropriate use of the guidelines will help students and advisers to gather further information and to ensure that they choose well-structured programmes that are right for them and, equally important, that they are right for the programme.. YEAR OUT ORGANISATIONS AND THEIR PROGRAMME.. Look at who can take part and how they are selected:.. Questions to ask:.. Age range of participants?.. Selection criteria - who are they looking for and what is the interview procedure?.. Choice of different programmes?.. Number of participants selected on each programme?.. Look at who benefits from the programme?.. What will I gain from doing this?.. Will anyone else benefit from this placement apart from me ?.. Why are UK young people needed on this and who asked for us to do it?.. Will the programme continue after I have left?.. What exactly will I be doing?.. How has the programme been chosen and checked out? Has a representative of the sending organisation had a good look?.. Are the host organisations paid to take me? Do they pay me?.. Will I be alone, who will I be placed with?.. What can I expect in terms of accommodation and food? You will need to be realistic here and expect local food - not mouth-watering culinary delights.. What is expected of me? What will be my responsibilities?.. Do I have to sign anything? Is there a written agreement between me and the organisation?.. MONEY THE ORGANISATION  ...   with emergencies?.. What are the organisation's policies on Equal Opportunities?.. BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER.. 6.. Before you go:.. Who is responsible for travel arrangements? This includes travel visas and work permits!.. Who provides insurance and what is included in the cover? Health, possessions, cancellation and repatriation?.. What about inoculations and health precautions? Help and advice please!.. How about training and pre-departure briefing - do I get any of that?.. 7.. During your placement:.. Ask about support and safety whilst on your placement:.. Who is the person responsible for me at the programme location?.. Where is the nearest representative of the organisation?.. What if there is a major emergency - can somebody deal with this and get me home?.. If I have a problem with my placement, can I chat to somebody?.. What is included in the living arrangements? Who selects and checks out the accommodation?.. If staying with host families, are they paid or are they volunteers?.. 8.. After your return:.. Ask about Debriefing:.. Will the organisation have any contact with me when I return?.. Can my experience be of any use to future participants?.. Will I get a reference or certificate, indeed anything to prove that I was actually there and completed the programme?.. Will I be debriefed?.. Further advice.. Year Out Group is a partner with the Foriegn Commonwealth Office's (FCO) Know Before You Go campaign.. FCO has produced a travel checklist.. that is worth reading before every trip.. Now we're cooking!.. If you follow these steps, you can't go far wrong.. This is not to say that you are definitely destined for a smooth ride, but at least you'll navigate the potholes with the confidence that you have at least done some groundwork.. GOOD LUCK!.. ENJOY, WORK HARD AND LEARN.. HAVE A GREAT YEAR!..

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  • Title: Helpful Information - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: Money Matters.. Clothing and Equipment.. Staying Safe when Travelling Abroad.. The following pages contain a wealth of information to help you make the most of your year out before you depart and while you are away.. Information is also included on how your year out will effect your university experience and how to write that all important 'winning CV'..

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  • Title: Help choosing the perfect gap year destination - Year Out Group - Gap Year | Cultural Exchange | Voluntary Work Abroad
    Descriptive info: Choosing a gap year destination.. You re planning a gap year.. Do you know which country(ies) you want to visit? If you do then I assume you have done your research and read up on the country, it s history and its customs.. You have! That s great.. Go straight to our.. gap year destinations.. page, find the country your have in mind and you will see a list of the gap year organisations that offer programs there.. For those yet to choose a gap year destination, it's important to consider not just a place, but what you will be doing when you get there.. Year Out Group is an association of independent gap year organisations with the aim of helping those planning a gap year to organise a safe, fulfilling and enjoyable experience.. All of our organisations offer structured programs, helping to ensure that you get the most benefit from your gap year destination.. We can help you choose a gap year destination that fits all your requirements, as well as providing advice and the.. latest news.. about the choices you might make.. Which gap year destination is the one for you?.. When contemplating a gap year destination, most people may think of countries in South America or Africa.. These are all excellent choices for your gap year destination, but they aren't the only options.. Year Out Group s member organisations offer a wide range of programs in.. 90 gap year destination countries around the  ...   which.. gap year program.. is equally important.. Pick a gap year destination with help from the Year Out Group.. To start your search for the perfect gap year destination, simply browse our comprehensive.. list of gap year destinations.. Click on the country of your choice to see a list of the organisations that operate in that country.. Then consider the.. and use the search filter to select the gap year activities that are of interest.. On each occasion you will see a list of the gap year organisations that offer that activity.. This should provide you with a number of organisations that offer the activity you are interested in your preferred country.. Now you can research the gap year programs in detail by contacting each organisation in turn.. Use the questions in our.. Planning a gap year?.. section to help you select the one that best suits your needs.. At Year Out Group, all of our member organisations have agreed to adhere to our.. , as well as keeping their risk assessments and training up to date.. This means you can rest assured that wherever you choose for your gap year destination, the organising company will be one that you can trust.. Rate this article.. votes.. Average:.. 3.. out of 5.. Comments.. Be the first to make a comment.. Have your say.. Your comment:.. Your email:.. Name:.. Allow my name to be published.. Year Out Group will not publish your email address or share it with anyone..

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